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Artist: Rush

Title: Feedback

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Rush Feedback Album Cover


Category: Progressive Rock

Year: 2004

Label: Atlantic

Catalog Number: 83728


Geddy Lee Vocals, Bass
Alex Lifeson Guitars, Mandolin
Neil Peart Drums, Percussion


1.  Summertime Blues  3:52
2.  Heart Full Of Soul  2:52
3.  For What Itís Worth  3:30
4.  The Seeker  3:27
5.  Mr. Soul  3:51
6.  Seven And Seven Is  2:53
7.  Shapes Of Things  3:16
8.  Crossroads  3:27
Total Running Time:  27:08

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From: AOR freaky Date: July 31, 2004 at 6:27
As a big Rush fan, I can't see I'm happy with this rubbish ! O.K., it souns like Rush, but I'm waiting for a new CD with original material. So I don't buy this. It's so easy these days to release a CD full of covers and some stupid idiots buy it ! Easy making money and I hate that. Certainly if you are so talented as these guys !

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From: Jez Date: August 24, 2004 at 7:25
Freaky - take this for what it is - just a stop gap EP. while a new album comes along. This is good, with an interesting choice of material that has influenced the band over the years. If they wanted to make more money why not release a full cd and screw everyone for the full price, rather than the price of a cd-s!!! just a thought.

From: Nick C Date: October 22, 2004 at 16:55
I don't get it why are all these bands releasing waste of time releases like this, full of cover versions when most fans want new material? A tad self indulgent and lazy methinks. If I wanted to listen to these songs I'd go and buy the originals. Aerosmith, Toto, Rush, who next??? Slayer do an album of Tom Jones covers??

From: Coldpepper Date: November 13, 2004 at 19:47
And I say it would be the fucking best Slayer cd to date! Rush's music has changed much since the beginning. I love this cd of covers. I find it fantastic compared to the shit they've choked us with since "Presto". I was sad they didn't cover something from ZZ Top, the BeeGee's, & of course Tom Jones. Imagine Geddy screeching "She's a Lady..." C'mon folks, don't take someone else's career so damn serious! Good job, Rush.

From: Dean Date: November 13, 2004 at 20:08
Being a fan of all Rush-this is a must buy for me anyway since it's one of my favorite bands doing a bunch of cool old tunes. The only thing that really suprised me was that how close they stick to some of the originals, I would have thought they'd embellish upon them a little bit. BTW Slayer's covers of "Born to be wild" and "inna gadda da vida" both smoke and yeah they already have an album of covers out also. hehehe.

From: Propane Date: December 3, 2004 at 12:25
There are plenty more openings for Paramedics across the country, they can join Diamond Dave.

From: Nick C Date: January 27, 2005 at 18:27
Right that's it!!! I reckon we start a petition for a Slayer CD of Tom Jones covers or even Val Doonican covers...Raffertys Motor Car I reckon would kill!!!

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